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08.25.2020

Schwebel, Goetz & Sieben Attorney Jenny Olson is the Recipient of the Minnesota Association for Justice’s 2020 “Member of the Year” Award

Minneapolis, MN, August 2020 – Personal injury law firm Schwebel, Goetz & Sieben is pleased to announce attorney Jennifer E. Olson is the recipient of the Minnesota Association for Justice’s (MAJ) 2020 “Member of Year” award. The annual award goes to a member who has advanced MAJ’s interests, demonstrated the highest ideals of the legal…

08.20.2020

Schwebel, Goetz & Sieben Attorney Kojo Addo Recognized in Inaugural Edition of 2021 Best Lawyers: Ones To Watch

Minneapolis, MN, August 2020 – Personal injury law firm Schwebel, Goetz & Sieben is pleased to announce attorney Kojo A. Addo is recognized in The Best Lawyers in America© inaugural edition of 2021 Best Lawyers: Ones To Watch for the category Personal Injury Litigation – Plaintiffs. This is Addo’s first year receiving the award for…

08.20.2020

Schwebel, Goetz & Sieben Attorney Alicia Sieben Recognized in The Best Lawyers in America© 2021 Edition

Minneapolis, MN, August 2020 – Personal injury law firm Schwebel, Goetz & Sieben is pleased to announce attorney Alicia N. Sieben is recognized in The Best Lawyers in America© 2021 edition for the category Personal Injury Litigation – Plaintiffs. This is Sieben’s first year receiving the award after being nominated and vetted by her peers…

08.20.2020

Eight Attorneys from Schwebel, Goetz & Sieben are Recognized in The Best Lawyers in America© 2021 Edition

Minneapolis, MN, August 2020 – Personal injury law firm Schwebel, Goetz & Sieben is pleased to announce eight attorneys are recognized in The Best Lawyers in America© 2021 edition. An additional attorney has been recognized in the inaugural edition of 2021 Best Lawyers: Ones To Watch. The attorneys, who were nominated by their peers for…

08.17.2020

Minnesota Motorcycle Riding Season Statistics and Staying Safe on the Open Road

Riding a motorcycle can be a thrilling experience. The freedom of flying down the road is exciting, and riding is a great way to get outside and enjoy beautiful weather. However, motorcycles also have their risks. Accidents happen all the time, and they’re often serious. If you’re a motorcyclist in Minnesota, you should be aware…

08.14.2020

Why I do what I do – John Goetz

I like to help people who deserve help. I also like to use my skills as a lawyer to fight for what is right for my clients. For these reasons, I find it very gratifying to represent individuals and families who have suffered injuries and deaths through no fault of their own and will not…

08.06.2020

Schwebel, Goetz & Sieben Welcomes Personal Injury Attorney Cody Scharpf to the Law Firm

MINNEAPOLIS, MN (August 2020) – Schwebel, Goetz & Sieben is pleased to announce the addition of personal injury attorney Cody C. Scharpf to their team of experienced lawyers.  Cody has experience with all aspects of personal injury litigation, including car and truck collisions, motorcycle crashes and general liability cases. She also brings with her compassion…

08.06.2020

A Big Journey for a Small Dog

SG&S paralegal Sharon Helgemoe recently accompanied a lifelong friend on an 1,849 mile journey to adopt an adorable pug mix rescued in Puerto Penasco, Mexico. From Barb’s Rescue: “Several weeks ago, lifelong friends Janet and Sharon were viewing the Barb’s Dog Rescue Facebook page when a special little dog caught their eye. Tiana is a…

08.02.2020

Why I do what I do – Cole Dixon

I’m from a small blue collar town in Iowa. That blue collar up bringing created a passion and work ethic that I have carried with me into my law practice now for the last 10+ years. I’m confident that no defense attorney will ever out work me on a case and because of that my…

07.30.2020

South Dakota Traffic Deaths Rise During COVID-19 Pandemic

Officials in South Dakota stated that deaths due to traffic accidents increased this year by 38%, but the number of miles that people have been driving this year have gone down considerably. Tony Mangan is the spokesman for South Dakota’s Department of Public Safety, and he announced recently that 58 South Dakotans died in car…

07.28.2020

Why I do what I do – Peter Riley

I knew I wanted to be a trial lawyer when I graduated from law school in 1977-the challenge of representing individuals against insurance companies and corporations appealed to my inherent sense of fairness. The very first case I worked on was the sinking of the ore carrier Edmund Fitzgerald.  Within a few months of graduation found…

07.20.2020

Why I do what I do – Kojo A. Addo

It has always been in my heart to help people. Growing up, my mother, a registered nurse, and my father, a radiology interventional technologist, would share stories with me about patients they cared for.  Many of these patients were victims of motor vehicle accidents and sustained serious injuries.  Often times, the lives of these patients and their…

07.20.2020

Ten Schwebel, Goetz & Sieben Attorneys Selected to the 2020 Minnesota Super Lawyers List

Minneapolis, MN, July 20, 2020 – Personal injury law firm Schwebel, Goetz & Sieben is pleased to announce that 10 of its attorneys have been named to the 2020 Minnesota Super Lawyers list. An additional four attorneys from the firm have been named to the 2020 Minnesota Super Lawyers Rising Stars list for a total of 14 out of…

07.13.2020

Why I do what I do – Jessica Servais

Having the opportunity to help people through one of the most challenging times in their lives is an incredible and humbling experience.  When a client entrusts me with representing him or her, I think about how I would want someone to treat my mom, my brother, or my best friend, and then try to emulate that…

06.09.2020

The National Black Lawyers Announces Kojo Addo as One of Its Top 40 Under 40 Members in Minnesota

The National Black Lawyers – Top 40 Under 40 is pleased to announce that Kojo Addo of Schwebel, Goetz & Sieben, PA in Minneapolis has been selected for inclusion into its Top 40 Under 40 Black Lawyers in Minnesota, an honor given to only a select group of lawyers for their superior skills and qualifications…

05.20.2020

Car Crash Death Rates Increase in Minnesota during Coronavirus Shutdown

The most dreaded task for any Minnesota State Patrol officer is letting family members know that their loved one was killed in a car accident. Even though lockdowns have slowed down overall traffic significantly, an astounding number of individuals are still being injured and killed in motor vehicle accidents. Those who are driving these days…

05.13.2020

How To Purchase Minnesota Auto Insurance

Insurance is what you purchase to protect yourself and your family from unexpected disasters. When purchasing this protection, you should consider who you want to protect. All Minnesota policies include Liability, Uninsured, Underinsured and Personal Injury Protection. Liability coverage protects your and your family’s assets from a complete stranger. For example, if you or your…

03.11.2020

Team SG&S took the plunge raising over $8,000 for Special Olympics Minnesota!

Twenty-three SG&S employees participated in the 2020 Polar Plunge raising over $8,000 for Special Olympics Minnesota! “Special Olympics Minnesota is part of a global movement of people creating a new world of inclusion and community. Through athletic, health and leadership programs, SOMN aims to create a world that accepts and welcomes every single person regardless…

12.04.2019

Tips for Driving Safely on Snowy Winter Roads

Although there are more fatal car crashes during the summer months in the Upper Midwest than during the winter, the cold season holds potential for disaster on the roads. Blowing snow and icy roads can make driving particularly hazardous even if you consider yourself to be an incredibly safe driver. Be sure to follow these…

12.01.2019

Auto Accident Crashes, Fatalities on Downward Trend in North Dakota

North Dakota experienced fewer automobile crashes in 2018 than 2017, and there were 11 fewer deaths. This trend began in 2013 when there were nearly 20,000 crashes. It is fervently hoped that the crashes and deaths continue to drop as North Dakota continues to invest in driving safety awareness programs. State officials point to several…

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